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Union University

July 8 July 13

Union University
$434 – $449 per participant

Union University

Union University is located in Jackson, TN and has been home to Centrifuge since 1987. There are more than 40 major buildings and excellent athletic facilities on campus enabling us to provide a variety of programming options for camp. Union University offers both Centrifuge and MFuge.

Amenities

Union offers great meeting facilities, on-site medical clinic, snack shop/coffee bar, gymnasium and plenty of outdoor recreation space. Housing: Most of Union’s housing was constructed in 2008 in apartment style buildings with private bedrooms for each student and 1-2 bathrooms per apartment. Each apartment also has a kitchen and shared living room space. Please be aware that your group is personally responsible for damages to any facilities including but not limited to the dorm room your group occupies. You will also be asked by the facility to pay $25 for each lost key. *Information listed above is subject to change without notice.

Tracks

Archery Tag, Battleball, Bubble Soccer, Crafts, Creative Journaling, Creative Movement, Creative Painting, Defending Your Faith, Disc Golf, Drama, Flag Football, For Girls Only, Games Track, Growing Your Faith, Guitar, Kickball, Lawn Games, Leadership 101, Life After High School, Percussion, Random Acts of Service, Sharing Your Faith, Sign Language, Soccer, Softball, Spiritual Gifts, STEM Track, The Man Track, Total Body Fitness, Ultimate Frisbee, Volleyball, Water Games, Worship Leadership. *Track times offered are subject to change and depend on the size of camp for the session attending.

Ministry tracks (mfuge)

Childrens, Games and Rec, PCY (Painting, Construction, and Yardwork), Social. *Track times offered are subject to change and depend on the size of camp for the session attending.

Contact Info

address

1050 Union University Dr
Jackson, Tennessee 38305 USA

Website

www.uu.edu

Before May 1st Contact:

Camps Customer Service at 1(877)CAMP-123

After May 1st Contact:

Union FUGE Camp Cell Phone: 615.429.2839
Union FUGE Camp Email Address: [email protected]

Camper Mail address

Attn: FUGE Camps
CAMPER/CHURCH NAME
1050 Union University Dr
Jackson, Tennessee 38305 USA

Camp Pastor

Brian Jennings

Brian Jennings is the lead pastor of Salem Baptist Church in Apex, North Carolina, where he lives with his wife Emily and their three boys. He is a graduate of Virginia Tech and Southeastern Seminary and spent 17 years as a student and discipleship pastor, serving churches in Kentucky and Georgia. He has been serving with FUGE since 2004 and has spent over 100 weeks of his life at summer camp. He is passionate about the life-changing gospel of Jesus Christ and expositionally teaching the Scriptures. You can learn more about his ministry and watch messages at www.salem-bc.org.

Worship Leader

They Came Running

They Came Running is a band from the Southeast corner of Tennessee that formed in the fall of 2007 as a local worship band. They quickly became known for their heart, passion, and excitement both on and off the stage, and so their ministry grew out of just the local worship scene into a broader one—both musically and regionally. They have shared the stage with bands such as G.R.I.T.S., Spoken, Nevertheless, Our Heart’s Hero, Mandisa, Casting Crowns, and Group One Crew, and have played and traveled extensively throughout the Eastern United States. Their discography is diverse. Their debut album, The Way You Shine, featured an ambient/indie rock sound, which progressed into the edgier concept album The Sound on the Radio, followed by a worship record entitled The Battle Project, and finished off with a full-length Christmas album. They have had the privilege to work alongside some of the greatest musicians and speakers in the industry and get their feet wet in the radio business. Their single “Dry and Brittle,” off of The Sound on the Radio, was promoted by Shamrock Media alongside The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus and Lecrae. TCR has also had the opportunity to partner with LifeWay to lead worship for FUGE camps for four years, serving as both full-time staff and contract musicians. No matter the venue, They Came Running has always been a ministry focused on pointing people towards Jesus Christ, and will continue to do so until they can no longer. No matter what the future holds for the band, they are comfortable following Jesus wherever He leads them. There have been rumors of a fifth studio album in the near future, so the band has asked that listeners keep their eyes on the sky for what is yet to come from They Came Running.